American University’s Metropolitan Policy Center delivers lecture on Barry Farm
At a lecture hosted by American University on March 30th, Dr. Michael R. Fisher spoke about how the city has failed to deliver on its promises throughout the Barry Farm redevelopment project and the harmful effects of the mass residential displacement the project has incurred.
DC’s public housing authority renews promise to ‘build first’
The D.C. Housing Authority is redeveloping Greenleaf Public Housing in Southwest D.C. and has promised residents their right to remain in the neighborhood. Residents impacted by redevelopment call for greater accountability from the agency to make sure their promise is upheld.
DC Council deliberates mayor’s proposed budget at last work session before their first draft is released
At a nearly nine-hour-long work session held on July 8, councilmembers deliberated over the mayor’s proposed budget, recommending a variety of changes intended to help bolster programs they feel are most needed.
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